Wednesday November 15, 2017
inbrief news Christmas Giving Tree Kiwi Community Assistance is asking people from the community to donate a festive treat or present to include in a Christmas food parcel for families in need. These could include treats such as chocolates, jelly, mince pies or Christmas presents that could help make life a bit brighter for families in need. Please leave your donation under the tree at Churton Park Community Centre during our opening hours Monday-Friday, 10am-2pm. The day for the last drop off is Thursday, December 7.
Voix de femmes Wadestown-based choir Voix de femmes will sing at the chapel at Home of Compassion in Island Bay on Sunday, November 26. The concert, entitled Te Harinui, begins at 2.30pm. The choir will sing a selection of French and New Zealand compositions, and will be joined by Rebecca Steel on flute. The chapel is prominent its stunning stained glass windows by acclaimed artist John Drawbridge. It’s also the resting place of Suzanne Aubert whose newly dedicated crypt commemorates the 125th anniversary of the establishment of the Sisters of Compassion. Tickets ($20) are available from choir members (phone 04 476 9062), or at the door.
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Beauty and the Beast: Performing February. Auditions November 19, 11am. Teens and adults who can hold a tune welcome. Email katmembership@ gmail.com for details.
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Heart Foundation information FREE session, Monday 20 November at 5.15pm, Ngake/Whataitai Rooms, ASB Sports Centre. Contact Annette 04 472 2780 or annettes@ heartfoundation.org.nz Garage Sale
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OF THE WEEK Over 80% of New Zealand has been de-forested, largely for farmland and timber following European settlement in the 19th century. Now only 23% survives, the majority of which are high altitude forests. A mere fragment of native lowland forest is left.
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The NZ Transport Agency installs three median barrier gates on State Highway 2 between Ngauranga and Petone. The gates will be replacing three corrugated guardrails currently installed within the concrete median barrier. In the event of a major incident blocking lanes for several hours, these gates will enable emergency traffic controllers to open up the median and, with the help of police, move traffic through to the other side. It will take up to four weeks of night works for the gates to be installed with crews working Sunday to Thursday nights between 7pm and 5.30am. The lane closest to the barrier in each direction will be closed to allow crews to work to remove the existing guardrail and install the new barriers.
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• Lawns • Hedges • Sections • Gardens Ph: 499 9919 or 0800 586 008 To avoid overcrowding or the likelihood of overcrowding, the board of trustees of Newlands Intermediate School is intending to adopt an enrolment scheme. The proposed date of implementation is March 1st 2018. The proposed Home Zone All students who live at an address within the home zone described below shall be entitled to enrol at Newlands Intermediate. The suburbs of Grenada Village, Hunters Hill, Paparangi, Newlands, Woodridge and Bellevue: • Bounded to the west and south by SH1. • Bounded to the north of the Grenada Village, on a line extending from SH1 to SH2. • Bounded to the east by SH2. The suburbs of Churton Park, Johnsonville and Ohariu Valley: • Bounded to the east by SH1 • Bounded to the north by the corridor under the high voltage wires. This includes all the house numbers up to and including 400 on the eastern side and 409 on the western side of Middleton Road. • Bounded to the west by the summit of the Ohariu Valley ridge. • Bounded to the south by a line extending from SH1, along Disraeli Street, Broderick Road, Old Coach Road, and Rifle Range Road to the junction with Ohariu Road. • Bounded by the new streets at the end of Mark Avenue, by the roundabout which are Havana Rise, Montego Place and Sandino Place. The enrolment of out of zone students is governed by the provisions of the Education Act 1989. A map that shows the precise proposed enrolment scheme is available on our website. Comment or feedback can be made via email@example.com
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NOTICE OF AGM Notice is hereby given that the Karori Community Bus AGM will be held on Wednesday 29 November 2017 at 7pm at the Karori Community Centre, Karori.
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FLAIR DECORATORS • Painters • Decorators • Gib stoppers Residential Commercial 40 years experience Ph Jim
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A1 DRIVING SCHOOL House Painting STREET TALK defensive driving course December 7, 12, 14 and 19 6.30pm to 8.30pm Lyall Bay
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The last market for the year! Lots of new and favourite stalls. At St Barnabas Church, 35 Box Hill Road, Khandallah. Saturday 18 Nov, 2-5pm. Car parking available. Stall enquiries email: firstname.lastname@example.org
50 Years An invitation to all past and present families and staff to join us for an afternoon tea to celebrate this event
Johnsonville Community Centre 26th November 3:00 - 4:30pm Please RSVP to Fran at email@example.com
Accomodation Wanted Self Contained
for Canterbury University Masters student
March 2018–May 2018
while doing internship for embassy in Wellington. Very house trained and responsible.
Please phone 479 3997
Independent Herald 15-11-17